Organisations we support
WWF has been active in South Africa for more than 50 years and our work is spread across a wide front. We work with partners, both in the marine space and on land, to protect our natural world for the benefit of future generations. We have reached out to well renowned wildlife photographers who support the work we do and who were generous to donate photographs in order for us to raise funds to aid the work that we do.
We rescue, rehabilitate, rewild, release and protect rhinos but we also do so much more. South Africa was fast becoming the centre of the rhino poaching crisis. Rhinos were being brutally murdered daily in National Parks, Provincial Parks and on private property to meet the demand for bogus medicines made from rhino horn. The illegal rhino horn trade catapulted the status of the White Rhino to ‘Near Threatened’ and the Black Rhino to ‘Critically Endangered’. Many of these devastating poaching incidents left behind young, defenseless, orphaned calves. As the effects of the escalating poaching crisis became evident, so too did the need for a highly specialized care facility that could support the conservation efforts to save this iconic, keystone species from extinction.
The Two Oceans Aquarium Education Foundation is a Non-Profit and Public Benefit Organisation connecting people to the ocean and the natural world through informing and inspiring all with excellent Conservation work, Awareness programmes, Research and world renowned environmental Education programmes. We C.A.R.E. The Foundation has rescued, rehabilitated and released more than 600 endangered sea turtles, and reaches more than 110 000 children per year through its education offerings. We will continue to inform, to inspire to increase impact.
Our mission is to free rhinos from the grips of extinction and to involve people from all over the world in creating a better, more beautiful planet for all of Earth’s inhabitants. Baby Rhino Rescue supports rescue organizations that save baby rhinos orphaned when their mothers were killed by poachers. Purchase our wide variety and Rhino Photographic Artwork delivered to your door anywhere in the world. With PicFlick a portion of the sale of the photograph helps support our organisation.
African Wildlife Vets is a non-profit organisation that provides veterinary support to wildlife protected areas. We assist with treating poached rhino victims, snared animals and other human-inflicted injuries. We take care of rhino orphans that have lost their mothers due to poaching. Take a look at our website at www.africanwildlifevets.org to see out other operations and specific projects. We’re hoping that you share our passion for wildlife and are willing to support us by purchasing a photo. The proceeds from the sale of these prints goes directly towards the conservation of Africa’s threatened and endangered wildlife species.
Sight is a very personal and intimate experience for each person. Healthy eyesight determines quality of life and experiences This is at the heart of our exhibition; the images showcase the individuals that benefit from the Eye care services that St John offers to South Africans and embodies our motto: “Pro fide, pro utilitate hominum” – For Faith and in the service of humanity.